3 MASSIVE, Perfectly Aligned Towers Discovered On Mars “Martian Civilization Was Wiped Out…

Located in the area of Terra Meridiani, researchers have spotted three massive ‘Towers’ on the Martian Surface that are so perfectly aligned, that just as the Pyramids of Giza on Earth, these Martian towers seem to mimic the constellation of Orion.

Ufo hunters have come across yet another bizarre discovery on the surface of the red planet. This time, UFOlogists have spotted three odd, perfectly aligned ‘towers’ on the Martian surface. Some have even noticed that they eerily resemble the position of the Pyramid of Giza and how they too mimic the three main stars of the constellation of Orion.

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The so-called towers are located in the Terra Meridiani region on Mars, coincidentally, the same region chosen as the landing spot for NASA’s famous Curiosity Rover.

Dr. John Brandenburg, who has a Ph.D. in Theoretical Plasma Physics from the University of California and is currently working as a plasma physicist at Orbital Technologies in Madison Wisconsin believes advanced alien civilizations existed on Mars in the past, and were wiped out by nuclear attacks in the past.

According to Dr. John Brandenburg, there is enough evidence to prove that at least two major nuclear blasts went off on the surface of the red planet in the distant past. The theory proposed by Dr. Brandenburg is based on the traces of uranium and thorium that have been registered on the surface of Mars. This Martian civilization was wiped out by another hostile alien race from elsewhere in the universe. Dr. Brandenburg warns that our civilization could face the same faith.

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Sources used: Ancient-Code, Mundo Desconocido, Secure Team


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